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December 11th, 2006

InGaAs HEMTs - the successor to CMOS?

A research team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggests that InGaAs-based HEMTs with thin InAlAs barrier layers could become the natural successors to logic processors based on silicon CMOS.


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